Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Free Printable Sleepover Scavenger Hunt Game

Hi everyone!!
No need to stress over what to do for your daughter's next sleepover party!  Here is a free printable Sleepover Scavenger Hunt game!!  I have included a list of all the items you need to prepare the game and a task list you'll print for each team!  I can promise lots of laughs!!  DOWNLOAD HERE!


I also have a coordinating BINGO game and Party Invitation in my Etsy shop!




Clipart and background by https://www.etsy.com/shop/Prettygrafikdesign
Frame by https://www.etsy.com/shop/LittleLlamaShoppe
Designed by Jamie/fashionablemoms.blogspot.com

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Thursday, September 8, 2016

Free Printable: Hello Fall Sign


It's not officially Fall yet, but I'm slowly starting to put out some decor already.  I mean.....many of the stores around here began putting out their Fall & Halloween stuff in July!!!
Here is a Hello Fall sign printable for you to enjoy!  

I printed the 7.75x7.75" sign and glued it to the front of a very inexpensive heart frame I already had on hand.  Similar ones can be found at Joann's and Michaels.  You could also just glue it to the outside of any old frame or put it inside a frame!







Wood background purchased from https://www.etsy.com/shop/EphrazyDesign
Created by Jamie/fashionablemoms.blogspot.com for your personal use.

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Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Free Printable: NEW Girl Scout Calendar - Edit in Word


(2017-18 VERSION WILL BE READY BY MID-JULY)
Hi everyone!  I really hope this calendar will be useful to all of you leaders as you plan your year!  I'm sure many of you have moved to paperless calendars and reminder apps, but for those of you who prefer the good ol' paper calendar....here you go!  You can add events into the table in Word.


In order to keep these printables FREE, I do not offer edits or customization. However, please visit my Etsy shop for customization inquiries and quotes!

For your personal use. Created by Jamie/fashionablemoms.blogspot.com

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Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Girl Scouts Free Printable: Sign-Up Sheet and Reminder Cards


Hi everyone!!!  Here's a new design for all you Girl Scout Parents and Leaders!  This is a Sign-Up Sheet and Reminder Cards that you can type on in Word.  Great to use for parents to sign up for snacks, troop supplies, cookie booths, etc.  You can add your own text boxes for Name, Phone, Email, or whatever you'd like them to fill in.  Then enjoy a set of reminder cards as well!

You may start to notice that my new designs will include all vest levels.  Once in a while, I may make level-specific designs, but based on much feedback from my blog readers and subscribers, I'm going with the mixed variety for the time being!!  Enjoy!

:)Jamie



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Friday, September 2, 2016

"Get It Yourself!" Use a Lazy Susan for Kids' Cups & Bowls



I think most Moms out there, like me, can appreciate it when our kids can do things by themselves!  As much as I miss those days of wiping my kids' bottoms, spoon-feeding those jars of spinach & kale baby food, and changing their dirty onesies seven times a day (hahaha!!!), I have really tried to teach and encourage my kids to  do things for themselves.  One thing I have seen other kids do in many of my friends' homes is ask Mom for a drink of water.  The Mom goes into the cabinet and gets a cup and fills it up for the child.  Three minutes later, kid #2 is asking the same thing....then the two neighbor girls....you get where I'm going with this?  So I wanted to share something that we've done for years: use our Lazy Susan for all the kids cups, straws, bowls and plates.


You don't necessarily need a Lazy Susan for this system.  Any cabinet, pantry, drawer, etc. that is low enough and accessible to the kids would work great!!!


It's nothing fancy.  Most of the cups are the freebies from Dickey's BBQ!  


When the kids want a bowl of pretzels, they can just go in and get a bowl themselves.  


At our house, all the girl scouts, all the neighborhood kids, all the cousins...everyone....knows where to go when they need a drink.  Get a cup yourself and go to the fridge for the water.  :)

Next up.....teaching the 5 year-old to do his own laundry!  Just kidding, I'm not that mean;)



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